The Partition of India was the route of separating the sub-continent along parochial lines in 1947 as India achieved its independence from British Empire. It led into a Muslim dominating northern state of Pakistan and Hindu predominating southern part became the Republic of India. Partition however demolished both India and Pakistan as it averted many lives in riots, rapes, murders and looting but also about 15 million people were displaced from their homes. The two countries commenced their independence with bust economies and lands without an entrenched, competent system of government. Chaman Nahal’s Azadi is a modern classic which conceals an inclusive revelation of life signifying the chaos that partition played on the people of the country both at the social and individual levels. It portrays the realistic historical documentation of the atrocious confrontations caused by the partition through literary perspective. As Chaman Nahal himself was a refugee, he writes with incredible ingress and realism. Therefore he has written his own experience through the character of Lala Kashiram and his son Arun. The novel is about the mum environment before the declaration of Partition, the awful incidents caused by the partition and the wretched circumstances of the deracinated refugees after the Partition. Here in this paper, I propose to examine poignant description of historical trauma of the theme of Partition in Azadi.